Starting from $94

Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp

Tsavo West

Have a query about this accomodation?

Get an instant response from our safari experts

Overview

With a spectacular view of mystical Mount Kilimanjaro, and easy access to the wild attractions of Tsavo West National Park, Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp offers a tranquil retreat in one of the wildest places left on Earth.

 

Located on a private sanctuary on the western edge of Tsavo, the camp sits on a secluded dam on the Sante River – home to turtles, crocodiles and hundreds of basking hippos.

 

The camp has a collection of 25 tents made of canvas and mesh under a shelter of woven thatched roofs that are supported by bamboo poles.

 

16 of these tents are erected on the southern edge of the river while the other 9 are on the northern bank.

 

Some of the tents come with double beds or twins while others are more spacious and can accommodate up to three family guests traveling in Tsavo West Park.

 

Each of the tents faces the river and has a private patio with safari furniture where you can watch the impalas grazing on the grass as you enjoy tea and cookies.

 

The tents have rollback entrances, also with mesh window panels that let in the scents of the wilderness, daylight and serene sounds of the songs of birds. But if you like, you can drape them with canvas flaps for privacy.

 

Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp serves you good, wholesome meals in their covered dining area or on the outside lawn, on the riverfront.

 

They serve table d’hote cuisine and guests can also request for vegetarian meals. You could also have a bush breakfast and a barbecue dinner entertained with cultural shows by the Maasai as an add-on meal experience.

 

Accommodation Highlights:
• Newly renovated tents, with en-suite facilities and private verandahs
• Located in a game rich private sanctuary which affords night game drives
• Easy access by road from either Nairobi, Tsavo East or Mombasa
• Many World War 1 & 2 battle sites nearby
• The best kids clubs in the region for cultural and wildlife edutainment